CreVax Diet Pill Review
CreVax appears to another weigh loss pill with hyped up claims that are difficult to substantiate. CreVax incredibl brands itself as diet pill with claims for mood enhancement as well. The problem with products like this is that they often attempt to achieve too many different things. Crevax’s ingredients are not particularly unique and seem to be provided in a relatively low dose. Claims have been posted on the internet that some of the “before and after pictures” of official CreVax testimonials on the CreVax website have been “stolen” from at least one other website. This is a very troubling allegation.
CreVax fake before and after photographs
It has been claimed by ‘We Like it Raw’ (http://www.welikeitraw.com/rawfood/2008/06/crevax-nathans.html) that CreVax (Nathens Naturals) “stole” before and after photographs of dieters off their website to use in their weight loss advertisements. Due to pressure from ‘We Like it Raw’ the photographs have now been withdrawn from the CreVax website. From welikeitraw.com: “When your miracle weight loss pill doesn’t work what do you do? Why not just steal some before and after photos of people that loss weight naturally? CreVax, a “natural” weight loss pill (distributed by Nathan’s Naturals), is using before and after photos of well known raw foodist on their website with totally false names and testimonials.”
CreVax ingredients include Taurine is an organic acid, Caffeine, Green tea, Hoodia gordonni, Gynostemma Pentaphyllum, P.E. [Jiaogulan], Salvia Miltiorrhiza, P.E- [Dan-Shen / Red Sage], Fructus Lycii, P.E. [Barbary Wolfberry Fruit]. When it comes to Green tea, at least 300 mg of green tea per day is needed for it to be effective; the amount incorporated into CreVax appears a little on the low side. Hoodia gordonni is a proven appetite suppressant. However, it seems to be effective at much higher doses tvs. the dose used in the CreVax diet pill. Gynostemma Pentaphyllum, P.E. [Jiaogulan] is a Chinese medicinal herb that has antioxidants. Salvia Miltiorrhiza, P.E- [Dan-Shen / Red Sage] is a herb from China for and also an antioxidant. Fructus Lycii, P.E. [Barbary Wolfberry Fruit] is an Oriental fruit high in antioxidants. Peony Root, P.E. [Paeonia Lactiflora / Bao Shao] is a plant root used to alleviate nervousness and stress.
CreVax side effects
Consider your own reaction to caffeine before taking any supplement with caffeine in the formula.What is the dosage for CreVax?
Days 1, 2, and 3: Take 2 capsules each morning before breakfast.
Day 4: Take 1 capsule before breakfast.
Day 5 and 6: Do not take any capsules on these days.
Day7: Repeat the cycle, starting at day 1.
Each bottle contains 60 capsules.
CreVax Diet Review Summary
Crevax marketers claim effectly that CreVax is clinically proven. But, in reality clinical study data is given for for green tea for example, where the FTC has banned all health claims for same recently. Missing is any clinical data for the actual use of the Crevax diet pill itself. More troubling is that Crevax provided ingredients quantities were much smaller vs. those used in the clinical studies. Clearly, Crevax ingredients are under dosed. Crevax did not incorporate potent fat burners, is expensive and had many negative testimonials and reviews.
Manufacturers contact details
Nathans Natural, LLC, New York, NY 10010
Toll Free: 1-866-802-1838; International: +1.306-564-3170
Do not use if you are pregnant, nursing or using a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI). Consult a health care professional before using this product if you have heart disease, thyroid disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, depression or other psychiatric condition, glaucoma, difficulty in urinating, prostate enlargement, seizure disorder, or if you are using any prescription drug. Exceeding recommended serving will not improve results and may cause serious adverse health effects. Discontinue use and call a health care professional immediately if you experience rapid heartbeat, dizziness, shortness of breath, or other similar symptoms.
If you have any questions or concerns whatsoever, we urge you to discuss the advisability of taking CreVax with your health care professional.
Common misspellings: Crevacks, Crivax, Cravex, Krevax